John Coleman hopes to extend Stanley’s seven game unbeaten run but knows Yeovil will be dangerous tomorrow.
The Reds have moved up to 16th place, level on points with the 17th placed Glovers, but have two games in hand.
Darren Way’s side were up in the play-off spots earlier in the season but have slipped down the table.
“The league this season has been very strange,” said Coleman. “Teams can put runs together at any time. We are on a good run but we can’t believe we have arrived as you can very quickly fall down.
“On Tuesday, we won 5-0 but Orient could have taken their early chance and had a penalty shout so it could have been a different game.
“We can’t get carried away but it’s helped our goal difference and it’s three successive clean sheets but there is still a lot of hard work to do.
“I don’t think we are at full throttle yet but hopefully we will be at full throttle between now and the end of the season and move into the top half of the table, that’s our aim.
“I think we still need three or four wins to make us safe from relegation and we would rather get them sooner so we can relax more.
“It’s important for me, the staff and the players to not get too high when we win or too low when things aren’t going well.
“You have got to believe that what you are doing is right. We have a style of play the players enjoy but, when results aren’t going your way as they weren’t earlier in the season, you have got to stick to your guns and hold your nerve as we know this style of play is capable of yielding us results which it has recently.”
Stanley have lost their last two visits to Huish Park – in the FA Cup tie with Manchester United waiting in the next round and last season the Reds lost 1-0 in the league.
“Yeovil will present their own problems, they are a big strong side with decent players,” continued Coleman.
“They have a young manager who is thirsty for knowledge and is applying himself well but we will go there full of confidence.
“People think when you are on a good run you will automatically win the next one and people are already giving us the points for our two games in hand but our first priority is to get ourselves safe.
“I am already casting an eye recruitment-wise for next season and learning from the mistakes I and the team have made this season but the first job is to make sure we are in this league next season.”